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  • Lot# : 1759 Ascension

    1938/53: 4 d. black & ultramarine, perf. 13 from the 1945 printing, an unused example clearly showing the "Mountaineer Flaw", fresh and fine, large part og. Rare Gi = £ 1'000.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 1760 New South Wales

    1850: 1 d. carmine-lake on hard greyish paper, a horizontal pair with clear toi large margins all round, positions 23-24, used on 1851 cover endorsed 'via Armidale' to Lake Innes, Port Macquarie somewhat heavily cancelled in black. Backstamped at Sydney (May 7) and Armidale. Small imperfections but scarce. Ex W.E.Lea.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1761 New South Wales

    1860/72: 5 d. dark bluish green, wmk. '5', perf. 13½, a magnificent unused block of twenty (5 x 4) from the lower left corner of the sheet showing the decorative convolvulus pattern in the sheet margin at left, superbly centred and in a rich shade, a few precautionary hinges on large part slightly brownish original gum. A magnificent and unique multiple - the largest recorded with the pattern, ex collection Hutson.rnrn 
    Starting bid : 7,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1762 Victoria

    1860: Cover from Creswick's Creek to Aberdeenshire in Scotland, bearing an extremely rare combination franking of Victoria 1858 Queen-on-Throne 6 d. blue rouletted 5½-6½ and New Zealand 1859 Chalon 6 d. brown to cover the 1 s. rate, the Victoria definitive with shifted roulette, the Chalon touched at left top, both tied by light circular '7' numeral obliterator of Creswick's Creek, reverse with small "MELBOURNE JA 6 60" and "ABERDEEN MR 13 1860" transit cds's, front with "ELLON MR 13 1860" arrival cds. Some edge wear and tears, an impressive cover showing this accepted usage of a New Zealand stamp in Victoria.
    Starting bid : 2,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1763 Victoria

    1893 (Nov. 3): Response stationery postcard '1½' (d.) in brick red on One penny violet with add. ovpt. 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL UNION' (Higgins & Gage 13), unused reply part still attached, the indicium cancelled with Duplex "MELBOURNE NO 3 93 / VICTORIA" datestamp, sent to "Dr. Ambriel, médécin Pal à bord de la 'Triomphante' / Escadre française de l'Extreme Orient / Saigon Cochinchine", transit Colombo (Nov 22) on front, reverse with Singapore (Dec 6) transit and Saigon Central (Dec 9, 93) arrival cds's. Fine usage of the first provisional Victoria reply card.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 1764 Western Australia

    1854: Perkins Bacon Plate Proof for the 1 d. value in black on medium wove paper, a block of four with good margins on three sides, fourth stamp just touched at base.
    Starting bid : 120 CHF
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    Lot# : 1765 Western Australia

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    1854 (Aug 1): Swan 1 d. black, rouletted 7½ to 14 and compound, two used examples, formerly a pair, cancelled by mute obliterators in black. Rare. Cert. RPSL (1972) Gi = £ 1'500.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1766 Western Australia

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    1854 (Aug 1): Swan 4 d. blue, a used example with diagonal pre-printing paper-fold, leaving 2 mm. gap between GE of POSTAGE and PE of PENCE at base, good margins all round and of fine appearance, cancelled by '8' numeral obliterator of Freemantle. Scarce and appealing variety. Opinion Holcombe (1988).
    Starting bid : 175 CHF
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    Lot# : 1767 Western Australia

    1855 (Oct): Swan 1 s. grey-brown, an unused example of fine impression, clear to ample margins all round, minor wrinkle, unused without gum. A scarce stamp Gi = £ 700.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 1768 Western Australia

    1855 (Oct): Swan 1 s. pale brown, an unused example of fine impression, clear to ample margins all round, unused without gum. A scarce stamp Gi = £ 550.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 1769 Australia

    1917/27: 10 s. grey & bright aniline pink, Die II, wmk. Narrow Crown, an unused example of excellent centering and colour, fine unmounted og. Gi = £ 500.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 1770 Australia

    1925 (May 1): £ 1 grey, Die IIB, wmk. Narrow Crown, an unused example of good centering and colour, fresh and fine, unmounted og. Gi = £ 650.
    Starting bid : 180 CHF
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    Lot# : 1771 Australia

    1928: 4½ d. purple on buff registered postal stationery envelope ued to France with additional 1927 Parliament 1½ d. brownish-lake tied by 'South Melbourne / Vic.' dsatestamps (Jan 28). Scarce and very fine.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1772 Australia

    1932 (March 14): Sydney Harbour Bridge, the set of four values to 5 s. blue-green including the typographed 2 d. scarlet, fresh and fine, unmounted og. Gi = £ 425.
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 1773 Australia

    1934 (March 1): First Flight cover for Mt. Coolan to Rockhampton Flight, franked by 1 d. violet, 1 d. sage and 1928 3 d. blue all tied by 'Mt. Coolon / Queensland' cds's (March 1). Reverse with two Rockhampton datestamps (March 2) and forwarded on to Brisbane. A scarce flight, just 62 covers carried Muller 102a.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1774 Australia

    1938 (Nov 1): Illustrated First Day Cover franked by £ 1 slate-blue, a top marginal example, tied by neat "Registered Perth" cds (Nov 1) with repeated strike at left. Scarce and fine.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1775 Australia

    1937/49: Lyrebird 1 sh. green, two single stamps, each tied by cds. "MIL.P.O. MYRTLEFORD VIC.AUST...42" to two airmail POW letter cards to Italy with different camp-, Australian- and Italian censor marks, fine
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1776 Australia

    1913/1988c.: Collection, unused excl. a few covers, with fine range of Kangaroo issues unused incl. better values to 10 s. and 'Narrow A' wmk. £ 1 grey and £ 2 black & rose optd. SPECIMEN in black, 1929/30 Multiple Crown & A wmk. 5 s. grey & yellow, 10 s. grey & pink, C of A wmk 10 s. - £ 2 optd. SPECIMEN, George V heads with ranges to 1/4 d., 1932 Lyrebird 1 s., 1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge 5 s. blue-green, 1937/49 definitive issues to £ 1 slate unused (4), 1946 BCOF set of seven complete, thereafter with fine range of QE2 issues, Antarctic Territory and Postage Dues. Quality generally very fine with much useful material noted.
    Starting bid : 750 CHF
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    Lot# : 1777 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of German New Guinea overprinted 1914: Local Cover from Rabaul to Madang bearing Setting 1 / GRI and Value 6 mm apart, 2 d. on 20 pf. ultramarine, tied by oval  "RABAUL JAN 8 1915 NEW BRITAIN" datestamp in violet with handwritten "On active Service" alongside. Signed Bothe BPP.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1778 New Guinea

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    Setting 1 / GRI and Value 6 mm apart 1914 (Oct 17): 2½ s. on 20 pf. ultramarine, Setting 4, position 3, an unused example of rich colour and fine, large part og. Signed Köhler, cert. Ceremuga (2019).rn1914: 2½ d. auf 20 Pf. ultramarin, Type I mit Abstand von 6 mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfr. in ungebrauchter Erhaltung. Attest Ceremuga (2019)  Mi 5/Irn 
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1779 New Guinea

    1914 (Oct 17): GRI 1 s. on 1 mark carmine, surcharged in black 3½ to 4 mm. apart, an unused example of excellent colour, fresh appearance with slight mark probably from overprint applied to stamp below on large part og. and spot of red on corner perf. mentioned for accuracy. An exceptionally rare stamp with just 128 stamps from both types overprinted. Cert. Eichele (2010) Gibbs 12/Mi B12/I. Gi = £ 3'500.rn1914: 1 S. auf 1 M. rot, Type I mit Abstand von 3 1/2-4mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfrisch, ungebraucht mit Originalgummierung mit Farbflecken, in einfandfreier Erhaltung, sehr selten, Fotoattest Eichele (2010)
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1780 New Guinea

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    Setting 1 / GRI and Value 3½-4 mm apart 1914 (Okt 17): 2 s. on 2 m. blue, Setting 1, position 1, an example of rich colour and fine, cancelled by straight-line RABAUL handstamp in blue, pressed with small surface disturbance in right margin not destracting from its fresh appearance. Cert. BPA (2015) Gi 13 = £ 4'000.rn1914: 2 S. auf 2 M. blau, Type I mit Abstand von 4mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfr. (leichte Unregelmässigkeit im rechten Rand) zart entw. mit blauem Handstp. RABAUL (Gibbs Typ 5). Attest BPA (2015) Mi 13/I.
    Starting bid : 800 CHF
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    Lot# : 1781A New Guinea

    Setting 1 / GRI and Value 4½ mm apart 1914 (Okt 17): 5 s. on 5 m. blue, Setting 1, position 1, a fine unused example of excellent colour, fresh original gum. A desirable example of this elusive stamp with a total printrun of only 17 stamps. Signed Kilian BPP and Stanley Gibbons, certs. Kilian (1984), Ceremuga (2019) Gi 15 = £ 14'000.rn1914: 5 S. auf 5 M. grünschwarz & dunkelkarmin, Type I mit Abstand von 3½-4 mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfr. mit vollem Originalgummi und in einwandfreier ungebrauchter Erhaltung. Signiert Kilian BPP und Stanley Gibbons; Atteste Kilian (1984), Ceremuga (2019) Mi 15/I.
    Starting bid : 3,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1781 New Guinea

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    3 s. on 3 m. violet-black, Setting 3, position 4 with 4 mm spacing, a fine unused example of excellent centering and colour, fresh and fine appearance, large part og. Just 87 of the 3 mark value were surcharged (Gi 14 and 29). A rare stamp. Signed Holcombe; cert. Ceremuga (2018) Gi = £ 5'500.rn1914: 3 S. auf 3 M. blau, Type I mit Abstand von 3½-4 mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfr. und in einwandfreier ungebrauchter Erhaltung. Signiert Holcombe; Attest Ceremuga (2018) Mi 14/I.rnProvenance: Corinphila sale 83, Sept 1991, lot 7988; collection Besançon, 229. Corinphila auction (Nov. 2018), lot 3914.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1782 New Guinea

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    Setting 2 / GRI and Value 5 mm apart 1914 (Dec 16): 2 d. on 20 pf. ultramarine, Setting 2, position 5 with the '2' in the ovpt. irregularly inked, an unused example of rich colour and fine, large part og. Cert. Ceremuga (2019).rn1914: 2 d. auf 20 Pf. ultramarin, Type II mit Abstand von 5 mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfr. in ungebrauchter Erhaltung. Attest Ceremuga (2019). Mi 4/II.rn 
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1783 New Guinea

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    Setting 2 / GRI and Value 5 mm apart 1914 (Dec 12): 8 s. on 80 pf. black & carmine on rose, Setting 2, position 4, an unused example of rich colour and fine, large part og. Signed Bühler & Kilian BPP, cert. Ceremuga (2019).rn1914: 8 d. auf 80 Pf. rötlichkarmin & rotschwarz, Type II mit Abstand von 5 mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfr. in ungebrauchter Erhaltung. Signiert Bühler & Kilian BPP; Attest Ceremuga (2019). Mi. 11/IIrnrn 
    Starting bid : 150 CHF
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    Lot# : 1784 New Guinea

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    Setting 2 / GRI and Value 5½-6 mm apart 1914 (Dec 16): 1 s. on 1 m. carmine, Setting 2, position 1, an unused example, centred to lower right, of rich colour and fine, large part og., tiny hinge thin at top not detracting from appearance. Just 128 examples of both 1 mark stamps (Gi 12 and 27) were surcharged. A rare stamp. Signed Holcombe; cert. BPA (1980) Gi 27 = £ 5'000rn1914: 1 S. auf 1 M. rot, Type II mit Abstand von 5½-6 mm zwischen GRI und Wert, farbfr. (kleine falzhelle Stelle) in ungebrauchter Erhaltung. Signiert Holcombe; Attest BPA (1980) Mi. 12IIrnProvenienz: Sammlung Robert M. Gibbs, Corinphila Auktion 78, 27 Sept 1988, Los 1902; Sammlung Besançon, 229. Corinphila Aucktion (Nov. 2018), Los 3940.rn 
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1785 New Guinea

    1915: Registered cover to Fred Hagen in Sydney, trimmed at right, franked by January 1915 3 d. "Rabaul" registration stamp, Australia Kangaroo 2 d. grey perforated 'O.S.' and North West Pacific Islands 1 d. and 2 d. all tied by oval framed RABAUL datestamps (June 8, 1915) in violet with PASSED BY CENSOR below. Central file fold just away from adhesives but a rare franking.rn1915 (8.6.): GRI - Einschreibezettel Rabaul zus. mit Australien Freimarke Känguruh 2 d. grau mit Perfin 'O.S.' und 'N.W. PACIFIC ISLANDS' 1 d. und 2 d., alle sauber entw. mit ovalem violettem Datumsstp. "RABAUL JUN 8 1915 NEW BRITAIN" und nebenges. Handstp. 'PASSED BY CENSOR' auf Umschlag (senkr. Faltung) an den Briefmarkenhändler Fred Hagen in Sydney NSW. Mi 16g.rnProvenienz: Sammlung Besançon, 229 Corinphila-Auktion (Nov. 2018), Los 3947.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1786 New Guinea

    Registration Labels Surcharged for Postage 1915 (Jan): 'GRI / 3d.' on Friedrich-Wilhelmshafen labels (#380-379 / 375-374), Setting B, positions 1-2 / 1-2, (Deutsch Neuguinea), a fine unused block of four, without gum, very minor wrinkles but a rare and extremely fine multiple Gi = £ 1'000+.rn1915: GRI - Einschreibezettel Friedrich-Wilhelmshafen im ungebrauchten frischen Viererblock mit den Nummern 380-379 / 375-374, wie üblich ohne Gummierung.rnProvenienz: Sammlung Besançon, 229 Corinphila-Auktion (Nov. 2018), Los 3948.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1787 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of German New Guinea overprinted 1914: Local OHMS Cover, sent within Rabaul to the Harbor Master, bearing official stamp 1 d. on 3 pf. brown, GRI and Value 3½ mm apart, tied by oval "RABAUL MAY 4 1915 NEW BRITAIN" datestamp in violet. 
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1788 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of German New Guinea overprinted 1914: Local OHMS Cover within Rabaul bearing official stamp 1 d. on 3 pf. brown, GRI and Value 3½ mm apart, tied by oval "RABAUL MAY 5 1915 NEW BRITAIN" datestamp in violet. Two vertical folds on this envelope sent to the 'O. C. Troops'.
    Starting bid : 750 CHF
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    Lot# : 1789 New Guinea

    New Guinea: Registered Cover from Rabaul to Sydney bearing a rare combination franking of German Marshall Islands overprinted 1914 1 d. on 5 pf. green, GRI and Value  5 mm apart, a lower sheet marginal pair, right stamp showing variety '1' and 'd.' spaced, 'G.R.I. 3 d. - Rabaul (Deusch Neuguinea)' registration label and NWPI Kangaroo ovpt. 2½ d. indigo in a hor. pair, all tied by oval  "RABAUL MAR 22 1915 NEW BRITAIN" datestamps in violet, reverse with three wax seals showing impression of German "KAISERL. DEUTSCHE POSTAGENTUR / STEPHANSORT" and indistinct Sydney arrival cds. An impressive combination cover.
    Starting bid : 2,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1790 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Cover from Madang to the German Charity Organization in Stockholm, Sweden bearing KGV ½ d. green with type c ovpt and 1 d. carmine-red ovpt a and die II with type c ovpt, tied by MADANG (24 FE 16) cds's to large format envelope showing despatch address "Neu Guinea Finschhafen" and Censorship handstamp in violet alongside, reverse with arrival cds. The 1d. die II definitive is extremely rare on cover.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1791 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Cover from Rabaul to the Red Cross in Geneva, Switzerland bearing KGV ½ d green type a ovpt and 1 d. pale rose, two examples with type b & c ovpts, tied by RABAUL Nov. 16 cds's to large format envelope showing notion "Letter for Germany enclosed", censored and re-sealed with censorship strip, reverse with Sydney transit (28 NO 16) and arrival (GENEVE 14 II 1917) cds's. Interesting item showing handstamp stating thta the cover was sold by the Red Cross to raise funds.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1792 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Registered Cover from Namatanai to the International Peace Bureau in Bern, Switzerland bearing KGV ½ d. green and 1 d. pale rose as well as Kangaroo 2 d. grey and 3 d. yellow-olive, tied by NAMATANAI (15 MR 17) cds's in violet, the obscuring of the QUEENSLAND inscription at base beginning to wear, with handwritten "letter for enemy country enclosed" and German "Namatanai (Deutsch-Neuguinea)" registration label alongside, Sydney 'OPENED BY CENSOR' strip, crisp "POSTA ESTERA 18.6.17 MILANO" transit cds on reverse and Italian censor labels as well as light BERN (14 II 19) arrival cds. Labels at top lifted for the display of stamps and postmarks, an amazing cover from a small office on New Ireland island which needed nearly two years to make its journey.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1793 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Cover from Madang to Rotterdam, Netherlands bearing KGV ½ d. green and Kangaroo 2 d. grey, tied by light MADANG (11 MR15) cds, with handwritten "letter for enemy country enclosed" alongside, 'OPENED BY CENSOR' strip, reverse with ROTTERDAM (15 12 17) arrival cds. 
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1794 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Cover from Kawieng to the German Charity Organization in Stockholm, Sweden bearing KGV ½ d. green with type c ovpt and Kangaroo 2 d. grey with type b ovpt, tied by KAWIENG (16 JA 17) cds to envelope showing handwritten notion "Enclosed letter for enemy country" alongside, censored with handstamp in violet alongside, re-sealed with censorship strip, reverse with printed sender address "Wilde Hernsheim & Co AG Filiale Kaewieng" on flap and arrival machine cds.rn 
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1795 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Registered Cover from Kawieng to the German Charity Organization in Stockholm, Sweden bearing KGV 1 d. pale rose, two examples with type b ovpt and a block of four with type a ovpt, tied by KAWIENG (5 DE 17) cds's to large format envelope showing handwritten registration number '440' and notion "Letter for enemy country enclosed" alongside, censored and re-sealed with censorship strip, reverse with sender address "H. Miesterfeld / Kapsu, PO Kawieng via Rabaul" and arrival (20. 2. 19) cds. The sender was administrator of the Neu-Guinea-Kompagnie trading company in Herbertshöhe, Kapsu is situated on New Ireland island.
    Starting bid : 750 CHF
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    Lot# : 1796 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Registered Cover from Rabaul to Bern, Switzerland bearing KGV 1 d. pale rose and 4 d. yellow-orange perf. 14, two fresh and fine examples tied by RABAUL (1 OC 17) cds's with corresponding German registration label 'Rabaul (Deutsch-Neuguinea) and Rabaul censorship handstamp in violet alongside, reverse with Sydney Registered transit (5 NO 17) and Bern arrival (5 I 18 VI-) cds's. Attractive item.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1797 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Registered Cover from Rabaul to La Hague, Netherlands, forwarded to Rekum bearing KGV 1 d. carmine-red as well as Kangaroo 2 d. grey and 3 d. yellow-olive with type c ovpt, tied by RABAUL (28 AP 19) cds's to envelope with black on white registration label alongside, reverse with Sydney transit (9 JE 19) and Gravenhage (29 XII 19) transit cds's. A fine and fresh three-colour franking.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1798 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: OHMS Cover from Rabaul to Basel, Switzerland bearing KGV 4 d. yellow-orange with type c ovpt and Kangaroo 2 d. grey ovpt b, tied by RABAUL (28 SE 18) cds to large format envelope with Treasury cachet and German "Rabaul (Deutsch-Neuguinea)" registration label alongside, re-sealing Censorship strip, reverse with Sydney transit (26 OC 18) and arrival (16 XII 18) cds's.
    Starting bid : 750 CHF
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    Lot# : 1799 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Kangaroo £ 1 brown & ultramarine, a fresh and fine vert. strip of three with full og, each stamp with a different overprint type a, b, and c, the middle stamp unmounted og, the two other stamps with hinge traces. Gi = £ 1'650+
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1800 New Guinea

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    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1916: 2½ d. indigo die II perf. 12 in an unused vertical strip of three showing the three different settings of the overprint, full original gum, the two upper stamps unmounted, the lower example with hinge remnant. An impressive multiple, cert. BPA (1966) SG = £ 112'000.
    Starting bid : 60,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1801 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1915/16: Cover from Madang to the German Charity Organization in Rotterdam, Netherlands bearing Kangaroo 2½ d. indigo with type c ovpt, tied by MADANG (28 MR 16) cds to envelope showing "Letter for enemy country enclosed", superb "RHEINISCHE MISSION" and Censorship handstamp of Sydney in violet alongside, reverse with arrival (31.5.15) cds.
    Starting bid : 400 CHF
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    Lot# : 1802 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Cover from Kokopo to Berlin, Germany bearing Kangaroo 2 d. grey and KGV ½ d. green, tied by clear KOKOPE (17 NO 19) cds's with light vertical-oval "PASSED BY CENSOR No 2 AN & MEF" cachet alongside, opened and resealed with "Opened by Censor Rabaul" censorship strip. A beautiful cover from a small office.
    Starting bid : 1,250 CHF
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    Lot# : 1803 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1918/22: Cover from Rabaul to Berlin, Germany bearing KGV 1 d. carmine-red, tied by light RABAUL (7 JE 20) cds's, with light vertical-oval "PASSED BY CENSOR No 2 AN & MEF" cachet in violet alongside, and 'OPENED BY CENSOR' strip. Some staining and tears, an interesting cover to the administration of the NEU GUINEA COMPAGNIE.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
    Your bid : CHF

    Lot# : 1804 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Cover from Rabaul to the International Peace Bureau in Bern, Switzerland bearing KGV 1 d. carmine-red and Kangaroo 2 d. grey, tied by light RABAUL (28 JA 19) cds's with handwritten "Enclosed letter for Germany" alongside. Some edge wear.
    Starting bid : 350 CHF
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    Lot# : 1805 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1918/22: Cover to Hamburg, Germany bearing KGV 1 d. carmine-red as well as Kangaroo 2 d. grey and 2½ d. indigo, tied by indistinct cds's. Some edge wear and tears.
    Starting bid : 750 CHF
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    Lot# : 1806 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1918/19: Triple-rate Cover from Rabaul to Berlin, Germany bearing KGV 1 d. carmine-red as well as Kangaroo 2 d. grey and vert. pair 3 d. greenish olive, tied by light RABAUL (26 NO 19) cds's, with light vertical-oval "PASSED BY CENSOR No 2 AN & MEF" cachet in violet alongside, and 'Opened by Censor Rabaul' strip. One 3 d. defective, some edge wear affecting three stamps, an interesting cover to the administration of the NEU GUINEA COMPAGNIE.
    Starting bid : 800 CHF
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    Lot# : 1807 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1918/22: Registered Cover from Rabaul to Vienna, Austria bearing fifth setting KGV 1 d. carmine-red in a strip of three and Kangaroo 3 d. greenish olive, tied by "RABAUL 21 JL 22 NEW BRITAIN" cds's, with black on white registration label alongside, reverse with Sydney and London transit cds's. One flap removed, an interesting cover of the administration of the NEU GUINEA COMPAGNIE.
    Starting bid : 800 CHF
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    Lot# : 1808 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Registered Cover from Kokopo to Hamburg, Germany bearing fifth setting Kangaroo 9 d. violet and 1 s. emerald as well as KGV 5 d. brown, tied by KOKOPE (21 SP 20) cds's with corresponding red on white registration label and crisp vertical-oval "PASSED BY CENSOR No 1 AN & MEF" cachet, opened twice and resealed with British censorship and German Currency Control strips, reverse with Hamburg (27.11.20) arrival cds. An overpaid usage, a very attractive tri-colour cover.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1809 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Cover from Rabaul to the German Charity Society in Stockholm, Sweden bearing Kangaroo 2 d. grey, tied by light RABAUL (30 MR 19) cds's, with handwritten "Enclosed letter for enemy country" alongside, reverse with Stockholm machine registration datestamp (15. 6. 19). Some edge wear but a fine and interesting cover.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1810 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Double-rate Cover from Rabaul to Berlin, Germany bearing Kangaroo 2 d. grey irregular block of three, tied by crisp RABAUL (26 SE 19) cds. A fresh and fine item sent to the administration of the NEU GUINEA COMPAGNIE, overpaid by ½ d.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1811 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Cover from Kokopo to Berlin, Germany bearing Kangaroo 2½ d. indigo, tied by clear KOKOPE (25 OC 19) cds, opened and resealed with censorship strip missing now at left. Small faults, tears glued, cover to the administration of the Neu Guinea Compagnie in Berlin.
    Starting bid : 600 CHF
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    Lot# : 1812 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919/21: Registered Cover from Rabaul to Stettin, Germany bearing 1919 fifth setting Kangaroo 2½ d. blue, two examples and 1921 KGV 2 d. orange, tied by "RABAUL -2 JE 22 NEW BRITAIN" cds with black on white registration label and "Freigegeben P. Ue. München" German postal censorship handstamp alongside, reverse with Stettin (26.7.22) arrival cds. Reinforced central fold away from the stamps, registered covers from the expensive 4 d. letter rate period up to 30.9.1923 are very scarce.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1813 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Cover from Madang to Berlin, Germany bearing Kangaroo 3 d. greenish olive, tied by light MADANG (24 JL 21) cds. 
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1814 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Double-rate Cover from Rabaul to Brücken a. d. Helme, Germany bearing fifth setting Kangaroo 3 d. greenish olive, two examples, tied by light "RABAUL -8 SE 21 NEW BRITAIN" cds. In Australia on 1.10.1920 the foreign rate was raised to 4 d. for the first oz and 2 d. for each additional oz. New Guinea usually conformed to Australian rates but the evidence from the covers like this one suggests the 4 d. rate was not imposed until late 1921.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1815 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Registered Picture Postcard from Rabaul to Würzburg, Germany, forwarded to Speyer, bearing fifth setting Kangaroo 6 d. ultramarine, tied by faint RABAUL cds with black on white registration label and private "Nachgesandt" forwarding handstamp alongside, front in addition with Würzburg transit and Stettin (-3.9.21 5-6) arrival cds. The postcard rate was 2 d. + 3 d. registration, this card overpaid by 1 d., an extremely rare usage.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1816 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted: Registered OHMS Cover from Rabaul to a Belgian serviceman in France bearing fifth setting Kangaroo 6 d. ultramarine, tied by RABAUL (28 OC 18) cds with provisional red&black on white NSW registration label with manuscript Rabaul and Treasury cachet alongside. The cover arrived in Europe at the end of WWI when German troops had already left Belgium. It was first directed to a unit of the Belgian army in Calais, however the addressee had returned to Belgium and the item was therefore forwarded to the 'Bureau Central Militaire' BCM in Anvers and was finally censored in Bruxelles, the reverse shows transit cds's of Sydney and Paris, arrival cds (19 II 19) of the Belgian military postal services. A very interesting cover with minor faults.
    Starting bid : 1,200 CHF
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    Lot# : 1817 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Registered Cover from Rabaul to Münster, Germany bearing fifth setting Kangaroo 6 d. blue, tied by RABAUL (10 FE 21) cds with black on white registration label, vertical-oval "PASSED BY CENSOR No 1 AN & MEF" cachet and "POSTÜBERWACHUNGSSTELLE MÜNCHEN" German currency control handstamp in violet alongside, reverse with Münster (14.4.21) arrival cds. Central vertical fold, a beautiful cover.
    Starting bid : 750 CHF
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    Lot# : 1818 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919: Registered Cover from Rabaul to Nürtingen, Germany bearing fifth setting Kangaroo 6 d. ultramarine, tied by "RABAUL 10 MY 21 NEW BRITAIN" cds with black on white registration label alongside, reverse with Nürtingen (7- JUL 21 6-7 V.) arrival cds. Repaired tear at top.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1819 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919/22: Registered Cover from Rabaul to Leipzig, Germany bearing 1919 Kangaroo 6 d. greyish ultramarine and 1922 KGV 1 d. violet, tied by "RABAUL 23 AP 23 NEW BRITAIN" cds ('N' of 'BRITAIN' reversed) with registration handstamp in violet alongside, reverse with Leipzig (-3.7.23) arrival cds. A couple of small repaired tears, registered covers from the expensive 4 d. letter rate period up to 30.9.1923 are very scarce.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1820 New Guinea

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    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1922: Kangaroo Fifth setting £ 1 bistre-brown & grey-blue in a hor. pair, typical rough perfs, a fine pair, each stamp cancelled by light "RABAUL .. JY 22 NEW BRITAIN" cds. A desirable pair, the only recorded used multiple, cert RPS (2001) Gi = £ 12'000+.rnèrovenance: Colonel Harrie Evans collection, 91. Preier Philatelic Auction (Oct. 2001), lot 239.
    Starting bid : 8,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1821 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1921: Double-rate missionary's Cover from Kokopo to Beaumont sur Sarthe, France bearing New Colours KGV 2 d. orange in a strip of three, tied by light KOKOPO cds's, reverse with Beaumont arrival (26 7 21) cds. On 1.10.1920 the foreign rate was raised to 4 d. for the first oz and 2 d. for each additional oz.
    Starting bid : 500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1822 New Guinea

    New Guinea, Stamps of Australia overprinted 1919 (Dec 24): Registered Cover from Rabaul to Sydney bearing 2 d. grey die I perf. 12 punctured 'O S', two examples tied by RABAUL cds's with corresponding registration label alongside, reverse with Jan 12, 1920 arrival cds. Few insignificant tone spots, a rare usage of these rare official perforations.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1823 New Guinea

    Mandated Territory of New Guinea 1925 (Jan 23): Native Village definitive issue, ½ d orange in a block of eight (4 x 2) from the top sheet margin with imprint 'ENGRAVED AND PRINTED AT THE COMMONWEALTH TREASURY MELBOURNE', the upper four examples showing the extremely rare variety: Imperforate at Top, characteristic rough perfs, aged / 'suntanned' on the reverse and some split perfs but of very fine facial apperance. One of the major errors of New Guinea: Heward and coworkers in 'The Stamps of the Territory of New Guinea' illustrate this item at page 20 while stating at page 19 to be the only imperforate or part-imperforate error recorded in the entire series.
    Starting bid : 8,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1824 New Guinea

    1934 (July 30): First Flight covers (2) for Port Moresby-Melbourne Flight, one franked by 1932 Airmail 4 d. olive-green pair tied by Port Moresby cds, with octagonal cachet 'First Official Airmail' in violet at left, reverse with Melbourne cds (Aug 1), thence on via Launceston to 'Currie / King Is.' (Aug 13); the other with Papua optd. 6 d. Airmail and 1932 2 d. red, carried on the same flight to Melbourne and forwarded on to Whitemark (Aug 11) on Flinders Island.
    Starting bid : 120 CHF
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    Lot# : 1825 New Guinea

    Mandated Territory of New Guinea 1939 (March 1): Bulolo Goldfield Airmail issue, the complete set of 14 values from ½ d. orange to £ 1 olive-green in blocks of four from the lower sheet margin with imprint "JOHN ASH / AUSTRALIAN NOTE AND STAMP PRINTER', in unmounted og. condition. Gi = £ 4'400+.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1826 New Guinea

    Mandated Territory of New Guinea 1939 (March 1): Bulolo Goldfield Airmail issue, the complete set of 14 values from ½ d. orange to £ 1 olive-green in blocks of four, each block cancelled by one or two strikes of BULOLO cds. Gi = £ 3'400+.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1827 New Guinea

    Mandated Territory of New Guinea 1939 (March 1): Bulolo Goldfield Airmail issue, £ 1 olive-green, complete sheet of 30 MNH examples with sheet margins intact including imprint 'JOHN ASH / AUSTRALIAN NOTE AND STAMP PRINTER', with excellent centering, two stamps and margins with insignificant gumside tones mentioned only for accuracy. A possibly unique sheet. Gi = £ 6'750+.
    Starting bid : 3,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1828 Papua New Guinea

    Papua (British New Guinea) 1888 (Sept. 22): Cover from Granville - Port Moresby to Surbiton Surrey bearing Queensland 4 d. yellow, creased before being affixed, tied by superb strike of scarce "N.G." obliterator (Lee fig. 2, rated 'D'), very fine strike of the rare "GRANVILLE SP 2. 88 B.N.G." cds (Lee fig. 4, rated 'F') alongside, second day slug omitted, reverse with "COOKTOWN SP 25 88 QUEENSLAND" and "KINGSTON - ON - THAMES NO 27 88" transit cds's. Some cover corner soiling and small repaired tear on top do not distract from the extreme rarity of this elusive Papua cover.rnVery few pre-1891 covers from British Guinea have been recorded. Only three examples of the Granville datestamp are described in Lee to be known with this being the oldest known. The second outgoing cover shows a messy Granville strike from 1889 and was part of the Tom Rybak collection.rnThe envelope includes full original four page letter dated in manuscript "B.N.G. Portmoresby Sept 16 1888" and was signed by "WC English / Post office Portmoresby BNG" who was an early exlorer and hunter in BNG. He is writing to a former colleague, a Mr. Bucher. English was only semi-literate and his letter contains many oddities. The lot includes a transcript of the letter.
    Starting bid : 15,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1829 Papua New Guinea

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    1905: Lakatoi first issue 2 s. 6 d. black & brown in unused left marginal block of four, fresh and fine with original gum. A scarce multiple, cert. Ceremuga (2005).
    Starting bid : 5,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1830 Papua New Guinea

    1901/05: Lakatoi 4 d. black & sepia, wmk. vertical, perf. 14, a used example with variety "Deformed "d" in 4d." at left (Row 4/Stamp 3), somewhat heavily cancelled by BNG barred obliterator in black. A rare stamp Gi = £ 800.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 1831 Papua New Guinea

    1901/05: Lakatoi 4 d. black & sepia, wmk. vertical on thin paper, comb perf., a lower left corner block of 4, the right-hand stamps showing a curving plate scratch from below 'T' of 'BRITISH' on upper stamp to above '4' at right of lower stamp, a fresh multiple with unmounted og., especially desirable with this major flaw Gi = £ 1'400+ for unused.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1832 Papua New Guinea

    1905: Lakatoi 6 d. black & myrtle green, wmk. vertical on thin paper, comb perf., the upper left corner block of 4, all stamps fresh and very fine with superb og. A rare multiple.
    Starting bid : 5,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1833 Papua New Guinea

    1905: 2 s. 6 d. black & brown, vertical wmk., thin paper, comb perf. 14, a superb well centred used example, cancelled by central 'Port Moresby / British New Guinea' cds (Oct 10, 1906) in black. A very rare stamp Gi = £ 1'400.
    Starting bid : 400 CHF
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    Lot# : 1834 Papua New Guinea

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    1906 (Nov): 1 s. black & orange, vertical wmk., medium paper, line perf. 14, a superb well centred used example, cancelled by central 'Port Moresby / British New Guinea' cds (Dec 7, 1907) in black. A very rare stamp. Cert. Sismondo (2013) Gi = £ 1'400.
    Starting bid : 400 CHF
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    Lot# : 1835 Papua New Guinea

    1907 (May-June): 2½ d. black & blue, wmk. horizontal, thick paper, line perf., a superb used example with variety "thin d" in 2½d." at left (Row 4/Stamp 2), lightly cancelled by 'Port Moresby / Papua' cds (July 29, 1908) in black. An exceptional example of a rare stamp Gi = £ 850.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 1836 Papua New Guinea

    1907 (May-June): 4 d. black & sepia, wmk. vertical, thin paper, a superb used example with variety "Deformed "d" in 4d." at left (Row 4/Stamp 3), lightly cancelled by 'Port Moresby / Papua' cds (May 28, 1908) in black. An exceptional example of a rare stamp - just 171 examples can exist Gi = £ 850.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 1837 Papua New Guinea

    1907 (May-June): Lakatoi 1 s. black & orange, overprinted small 'Papua' in black, wmk. vertical, line perf. 14 on thick paper, the upper left corner block of twelve (3 x 4) with crntre guides and varieties: position 16 showing 'Inverted 'd' for second 'p' in 'Papua' overprint, position 17 with 'dropped 'pua.'. A fine and fresh multiple with brilliant original gum, trace of hinging on one stamp only, otherwise unmounted og. A desirable and extremely scarce item.
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1838 Papua New Guinea

    1909/10: Small Papua 4 d. black & sepia, wmk. sideways, perf. 11, a used block of four with fourth stamp showing variety "Deformed 'd' in 2d." at left (Row 4/Stamp 3), lightly cancelled at Port Moresby in black with part blue cds at upper right of the block. An attractive positional multiple Gi = £ 200+.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1839 Papua New Guinea

    1909/10: Small Papua, 2½ d. black & dull blue, wmk. sideways, perf. 12½, a fine used example with variety 'Thin ''d' in 2½ d.' at left, lightly cancelled in black leaving the variety clear. Scarce Gi = £ 300.
    Starting bid : 120 CHF
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    Lot# : 1840 Papua New Guinea

    Papua plate proof 1916: 10 s. green & dull blue perf. 14, a left marginal example on unwatermarked and ungummed wove paper. Very fine and scarce.
    Starting bid : 1,500 CHF
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    Lot# : 1841 Papua New Guinea

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    1929/30: Lakatoi Airmail 3 d. black & bright blue-green, Ash printing, a fine unused upper left corner block of four from pos. 1-2 & 6-7 showing 'rift in sky' variety in the upper pair and double AIRMAIL ovpt, one of them albino, 2 mm above the regular one in the lower pair. A fresh multiple in unmounted og. condition. Cert. Ceremuga (2019) Gi = £ 5'000 for a hinged multiple.
    Starting bid : 3,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1842 Papua New Guinea

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    1930 (Sept 15): Airmail 1 s. sepia & olive, overprint in the rare deep carmine-lake shade, a fine unused block of four from pos. 11-12 & 16-17 showing varieties: 'AI,R' comma in pos. 11 and 'AI.R' dot in pos. 12.  A fresh and very fine multiple of this ovpt rarity as only a small first part of the printing were overprinted in the deep carmine-lake shade instead of the normal carmine one, the varieties occured only in this printing and was then corrected. A superb multiple, the upper two stamps hinged unused, the lower pair unmounted og. Cert. Ceremuga (2015).
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1843 Papua New Guinea

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    1930 (Sept 15): Airmail 1 s. sepia & olive, overprint in the rare deep carmine-lake shade, bottom right stamp with 'tail flaw' variety, a fine unused block of six from pos. 32-34 & 37-39 with lower sheet margin showing imprint 'T. S. HARRISON, AUSTRALIAN NOTE AND STAMP PRINTER'. An Airmail rarity as only a small first part of the printing were overprinted in the deep carmine-lake shade instead of the normal carmine one, a fine multiple in unmounted og. with some slight gum ageing. Cert. Ceremuga (2010).
    Starting bid : 1,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1844 Papua New Guinea

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    1908/10: Lakatoi Small Papua 2½ d. black & dull blue, perf 11 wmk. horizontal, perf. 'O S ', a right marginal example showing variety: imperforate between stamp and margin, cancelled by "PORT MORESBY / PAPUA / 24 AU 10" cds. A fresh and very fine stamp, all known examples with this imperforate right variety are cancelled in Port Moresby. Extremely rare as only three error sheets believed to have existed, thus 18 error stamps only, cert. Ceremuga (2012).
    Starting bid : 5,000 CHF
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    Lot# : 1845 Papua New Guinea

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    1908/10: Lakatoi 'small PAPUA', line perf. 11, watermark horizontal, 4 d. black & sepia in a hor. pair showing the perforation 'O S' only on the left stamp, fresh and fine, only the official stamp cancelled by "PORT MORESBY / PAPUA" cds as usual, the right not perforated stamp with inappropriate later addition of an "...AUR..." cds.. Cert. Ceremuga (2019) Gi = unlisted combination.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 1846 Papua New Guinea

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    1908/10: Lakatoi 'small PAPUA', line perf. 12½, watermark sideways, 6 d. black & myrtle green, perforated 'O S', fresh colour, cancelled by "PORT MORESBY / PAPUA / 26 NOV 09" cds. One nibbed tooth but a very rare stamps, cert. Ceremuga (2019) Gi = £ 1'400.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1847 Papua New Guinea

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    1910/11: Large Papua Official 2 s. 6 d. black & brown, wmk. vertical, perf. 12½, a used vertical pair, perforated "OS", the lower stamp with "OS" inverted, each cancelled by 'Port Moresby / Papua' cds (Aug 23, 1911) in black. Slightly bluented perforations at base do not detract, unlisted by Stanley Gibbons and very rare. Cert. Ceremuga (2013).
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1848 Papua New Guinea

    1901/05: Lakatoi, first issue, wmk. horizontal, thick paper, line perf. 14, the used collection on leaves with complete set incl. 2½ d. on thin paper and an example with 'thin 'd' at left, rare 2½ d. black & dull blue, 4 d. black & sepia with deformed 'd' at left, and very fine 2 s. 6 d. black & brown; also a fine used example of Oct 1908 Official 2 s. 6 d. A scarce and generally fine collection (13 items) Gi = £ 2'000+.
    Starting bid : 400 CHF
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    Lot# : 1849 Papua New Guinea

    1901/05: Lakatoi, first issue, wmk. vertical, medium to thick paper, line/comb perf. 14, the used collection on leaves with ½ d. on both papers, fine 4 d. black & sepia with 'Registered / Samarai' handstamp, 6 d. black & myrtle used with 'Samarai' datestamp and 1 s. black & orange used at Port Moresby (9 items) Gi = £ 320+.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1850 Papua New Guinea

    1906 (Nov 8): Lakatoi optd. large Papua, the small used collection on leaves with horizontal wmk. 4 d, 6 d., 1 s. and superb 2 s. 6 d., wmk. vertical wmk. with values to 6 d. black & myrtle incl. 2 d. black & violet cancelled by rare "Bonagai" circular datestamp (Feb 4, 1908). A scarce and generally fine group Gi = £ 725+.
    Starting bid : 180 CHF
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    Lot# : 1851 Papua New Guinea

    1907 (May-June): Lakatoi optd. small Papua in Brisbane, the small used collection on leaves with horizontal wmk. ½ d., 2½ d. black & ultramarine used in daruand further example in dull blue, 1 s. black & orange and 2 s. 6 d. fine used, a scarce group (5 items) Gi = £ 1'000.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 1852 Papua New Guinea

    1907 (May-June): Lakatoi optd. small Papua in Brisbane, the small used collection on leaves with vertical wmk., the set of eight values complete to 2 s. 6 d. black & brown with additional 1 s. black & orange on thin paper (comb perf.), fresh and fine with some cancellation interest (9 items) Gi = £ 375+.
    Starting bid : 100 CHF
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    Lot# : 1853 Papua New Guinea

    1907/09: Large and Small Papua, the collection on leaves with Large Papua 2 s. 6 d. used, 1907/08 set perf. 11 fine used, scarce 2 d. black & ultramarine used perf. 12½ with both shades, 4 d. used with 'Deformed 'd' variety' and the 1 s. used, 1907/11 Official issue with wmk. upright set of six used with both shades of 2½ d., wmk. inverted wmk. with 2 d. to 1 s. values fine used and additional 2½ d. showing 'Thin d.' variety, perf. 12½ set of four used (36 items) Gi = £ 1'350+.
    Starting bid : 300 CHF
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    Lot# : 1854 Papua New Guinea

    1907/10: Used collection of the Lithographed issues on leaves with all stamps showing the "Spot on the Hill" variety found on position 11 of the small Paua series, with 1909/10 wmk. sideways, perf. 11 with ½ d. (both shades), 2 d, 4 d. and 6 d.; 1909/10 perf. 12½ with ½ d. (both shades), 1 d., 2 d., 2½ d. and 1 s; 1908/10 Official wmk. sideways perf. 11 6 d.; perf. 12½ with ½ d. and 2 d., generally fine, nearly all with the variety showing clearly. A very difficult selection to assemble (14 items) Gi = £ 280+ as normals.
    Starting bid : 120 CHF
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    Lot# : 1855 Papua New Guinea

    1907/10: Used collection of the Lithographed issues on leaves with all stamps showing the "Comet Flaw" variety found on position 28, with 1907/08 perf. 11 set of six complete (6 d. is a 'Stamp Duty' example), 1907/09 perf. 12½ 2 d. and the scarce 2½ d. and 1 s. values; 1909/10 wmk. sideways, perf. 11 with all values from ½ d. to 6 d. excl. the 2½ d, 1909/10 perf. 12½ with ½ d. (both shades), 1 d., 2 d. and 1 s; 1908/10 Official perf. 11 2 d., 2½ d and 4 d., 1908/10 wmk. sideways perf. 11 4 d. and 6 d.; 1910/11 4 d., generally fine, nearly all with the variety showing clearly. A very difficult selection to assemble (21 items) Gi = £ 700+ as normals.
    Starting bid : 250 CHF
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    Lot# : 1856 Papua New Guinea

    1907/10: Used collection of the Lithographed issues on leaves with all stamps showing the "Rift in Clouds" variety found on position 23, with 1907/08 perf. 11 set of six complete, 1907/09 perf. 12½ 2 d. and the scarce 2½ d. and 1 s. values; 1909/10 wmk. sideways, perf. 11 with all values from ½ d. to 6 d., 1909/10 perf. 12½ with ½ d. (both shades), 1 d., 2 d. and 1 s; 1908/10 Official perf. 11 1 d. and 2 d., perf. 12½ 2 d., 1908/10 wmk. sideways perf. 11 2 d., 6 d.; perf. 12½ 1 d. and 2 d., generally fine, nearly all with the variety showing clearly. A very difficult selection to assemble (27 items) Gi = £ 575+ as normals.
    Starting bid : 200 CHF
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    Lot# : 1857 Papua New Guinea

    1908/10: Officials, used  selection with 2½ d. perf. 11 showing 'Rift in Cloud' flaw and ½ d. black & yellow green, perf 12½ in a block of six showing both "Rift in Clouds" and the "Comet" flaws, 2½ d. black & dull blue in a block of four showing both "Rift in Clouds" and the "Comet" flaws, 1 s. orange in a sheet marginal block of four showing both "Rift in Clouds" and the "Comet" flaws. Scarce group of positional pieces.
    Starting bid : 175 CHF
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